Straight up, this ski impressed me. Long have I felt that K2 park skis were too straight-cut (they used to be) and not lively. Being an ex-racer, I always liked Salomon and other brands that had super tight carving radius and spring like you can't even imagine. With the Recoil, K2 has created a fantastic park ski. It is not too stiff, lively, turns good, and the all mountain rocker helps you out when you're in a bit of the deep or soupy stuff.
I personally in a park ski usually prefer a completely semetrical ski. The Recoil isn't set up to be totally semetrical, so note that you're going to ever so slightly lose a touch of your switch performance if you're used to a dead-middle mount point. However, on the flipside of that, the ski makes a far better all mountain ski than does something that is completely semmetrical. Lets face it, when its perfect for skiing backwards you lose a bit of forwards performance. This ski does not do that, but it does sacrifice a touch of performance for switch when you're trying to go top-to-bottom switch all day every day.
The Recoil is a durable, solid ski. If you like K2's style, and you want to maintain some of the all-mountain aspect vs. going completely park ski - then this thing is for you.